1. Introduction to Create a Guessing Game

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Guessing games are a fun way to test your knowledge about something.

Playing a guessing game with your classmates is also a good way to introduce yourself and get to know each other at the beginning of the school year, in a new class or school, or before you work together for a project or assignment.

In this lesson, you will use Google Forms to make a guessing game where you create questions about yourself and challenge others to guess the correct answer.

Digital forms are convenient for gathering information from a large group of people, like for a survey or to gather votes.

You can send the same form to a group of people at one time and view all of their responses together or individually.

As you create your guessing game, you will Create a form, Type in a form, Format text in a form, And add a theme.

This lesson uses Google Forms but you could apply these skills and concepts in any survey application.

For this lesson, you will work with a group of three to four people.

If you don’t have a group, ask your teacher.

Each group member will sit at their own computer and build their own form.

To start, sign in to your Google account.

Open a new tab in your browser, and navigate to Google.com.

If you are not signed in, do so now.

If you do not have a Google account, pause the video and create one.

Then, open a new tab in your browser.

Navigate to Google Drive, and open a new form in Google Forms.

Rename it.

And switch to quiz mode.

In quiz mode, you can let people see their quiz results immediately after they submit the quiz.

And also see the questions they missed and their correct answers.

You will not score the responses in this lesson.

Then, move on to the next video to get started.

Now, it’s your turn: Create a new form, Rename it, Make it a quiz, show missed questions, and show correct answers.


  1. Create a new form.
  2. Rename it.
  3. Make it a quiz. Show missed questions. Show correct answers.